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James Nachtwey Memoria Fotografiska New York

6 May 2022 — 13 Aug 2022

Each photograph in this exhibition is a fragment of memory, captured within the continuum of the history James Nachtwey experienced. Each image was intended to reach a mass audience at the time the events were taking place, as a way of raising public consciousness; one element among many in the process of change.

Now, as that same continuum moves relentlessly forward, and the events...

Each photograph in this exhibition is a fragment of memory, captured within the continuum of the history James Nachtwey experienced. Each image was intended to reach a mass audience at the time the events were taking place, as a way of raising public consciousness; one element among many in the process of change.

Now, as that same continuum moves relentlessly forward, and the events themselves recede in time, the artist’s hope is that these pictures will stand as a remembrance of the people in them, of the conditions they endured and of how those conditions came to be.

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4.8 / 5 (19 reviews)

Fotografiska New York is an immersive photography museum that combines exhibitions from some of the world's best-known photographers and emerging talents. It features ambient music, atmospheric lighting and chic interior design, encouraging visitors to experience the art of photography in a multisensory, social environment.

Turning traditional models of curation and museum opening hours on their head, Fotografiska features up to two dozen exhibitions a year, with late-night DJ sets and events ensuring no two visits are ever the same. The museum also features a swanky restaurant and bar directed by world-renowned restaurateur Stephen Starr.

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Sunday 09:00 - 21:00
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Tuesday 09:00 - 21:00
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Saturday 09:00 - 21:00

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